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Friday, March 21, 2014
Attorney Robert Franklin, blogging on the National Parents Organization website, defends Coalition Members right to speak out against corrupt Judge Leslie Olear:
"Meanwhile, an anonymous writer published an op-ed in the same Connecticut Law Tribune, just one week later. Here it is (Connecticut Law Tribune, 3/13/14). It’s an interesting piece of legerdemain, avoiding uncomfortable facts. Worse, it’s an unabashed vote for a status quo that routinely removes children from parents’ lives and all too often bankrupts family court litigants. Given that, it’s hard not to conclude that the writer thinks both are just fine, thank you.
Many residents of the state disagree.
The writer is aghast that citizens and taxpayers of the state would actually try to influence state legislators in their decision to reappoint Judge Leslie Olear to the bench or not. That’s right; doing what everyone in the country is entitled to do, and once was encouraged as an act of civic responsibility, is converted by this anonymous writer into an outrageous slander against their betters. "
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